Could you provide some examples of the resources that you're excluding and
searches that return those results (maybe with screen shots in case Google
serves up different results to different users)? I'm having a bit of
trouble understanding your problem description.
I'll admit that my schema.org hammer is itchy, but I don't want to jump to
conclusions as the problem might not even be a construction issue, let
alone a nail :)
On 24 Nov 2014 22:57, "Bernadette Houghton" <
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> We've discovered that cover pages we add to items in our research
> repository have the unwelcome side effect of causing Google to display the
> cover page citation in search results, rather than the intro or preface.
> The problem doesn't occur in Google Scholar, just the main Google search
> One way to avoid this problem is to have the cover page formatted as an
> image PDF rather than a text-readable PDF. Can anyone recommend a software
> that will convert a text-readable PDF to an image PDF??
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